If you can’t start the F12 Networking tab and constantly get the error “The network collection agent failed to start”, it could be that the collection service was disabled.
To fix this, you should start a Admin commandline and execute this command: Continue reading
Did you forget your root password for mariadb or mysql?
Are you on plesk?
Show the password: Continue reading
Google started declaring custom Android mod running phones as uncertified and there are some rumors that it will stop access to the PlayStore and all Google Services soon. (So many apps will stop working)
After some back and forth, google made a page where you’re able to input your Phone ID to make it certified again: Continue reading
Google is punishing HTTP1.1 pages and sites with no SSL in its search results and now also in chrome. Telling the users that this page is unsafe.
To enable the faster, more secure protocol in the most recent plesk, you need to install a Free LetsEncrypt SSL certificate in plesk.
Then do these stepps in your plesk panel under “apache & plesk settings”:
On Plesk starting from version 12.5.30 update #28 you only need to go to your ssh console and enter this command to enable HTTP2 HTTP/2 or also called HTTP/2.0 on all sites that use SSL (HTTPS) and nginx. Continue reading
Repair a broken Plesk / Odin installation from SSH commandline with these commands: Continue reading
If you want to optimize the PHP Opcache on Plesk, here are the config files: Continue reading
Here is how to change your FTP ports and also activate passive mode on Debian Linux with Plesk.
As i tried to send an important mail and didn’t change anything on my mailsettings on plesk, i was getting nervous.
The only thing i did was an update to plesk, which worked without any error messages.
But when i tried to send a mail, it just handed me generic error messages.
My mail was dead… smtp not working at all. I wasn’t able to send anything anymore.
Here is the SSH command that saved my day and restored all to normal:
Sometimes it is needed to find out the maximal packet size on a windows network.
ping (-4 or -6 to force ipv4 or ipv6) -f -l size